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Wake to a view of the beautiful birch woods outside your window, and enjoy the peace and quiet.
One of Northern Ireland's most famous lakes, a stunning Victorian Castle, incredible panoramic ...
Forest walk with spectacular Mourne views
Located in a dramatic setting of mountains and sea.
An easy walk around the lake path, also a family cycling trai
Amazing views of Mourne Mountains and Slieve Croob AONB.
Short walk through Castlewellan Forest Park. TEMPORARILY CLOSED.
Short walk taking in Annesley Garden and the National Arborteum
Forest walk with spectacular views of the Mourne Mountains
Curletts lodge is located on the boundary of Castlewellan Forest Park.
The beautiful ...
Slieve Croob or, 'Mountain of the Hoof' rises to a height of 1,755 feet, its chief claim to fame ...
Soma Taste Experience celebrates Northern Ireland Year of Food and Drink.
Wake to a view of the beautiful birch woods outside your window, and enjoy the peace and quiet. Birch Cottage is finished using natural, locally sourced materials and is an eco friendly retreat from daily life.
One of Northern Ireland's most famous lakes, a stunning Victorian Castle, incredible panoramic views and flowing singletrack; all just minutes from the lively village of Castlewellan.
This walk takes in views of the Mourne Mountains from the former "Crow Road". It then follows the lakeside before reaching the secluded Cypress Pond on the return leg of the trail.
Located in a dramatic setting of mountains and sea, this is one of the most oustanding tree and shrub collections in Europe. The beauty, vigour and perfect shape of the trees in the National Aboretum attract tree enthusiasts from around the world.
This walk circumnavigates Castlewellan Lake providing good views of Slievenaslat and Castlewellan Castle.
The Green / Easy mountain bike trail also follows this trail, which is on well maintained wide forest paths and relatively flat.
Beginning at Castlewellan Lake this trail winds its way uphill through mature trees to offer a tranquil view of Cypress Pond.
The beautiful tranquil location is ideal for walkers, bird watchers, with Red Kites and Buzzards frequently overhead, mountain biking, horse riding or just relaxing with ...
Slieve Croob or, 'Mountain of the Hoof' rises to a height of 1,755 feet, its chief claim to fame being the source of the River Lagan which rises a short distance from the summit.
Soma Taste Experience celebrates Northern Ireland Year of Food and Drink with a showcase of artisan foods, crafts, local craft beers, and live music - when it comes to food, we've got it covered.
The Mourne Mountains are the highest and most dramatic in Northern Ireland, but you don’t have to climb the highest peaks to experience their majestic beauty. Beautiful and spectacular scenery can be enjoyed from the foothills along short and
Struggling to get the kids to unplug and go out for the day? Then maybe the prospect of an action-packed, off-road family adventure in the Mournes is the answer!
There’s nothing quite like a family day out on the bikes. So pack a picnic and hit the saddle to enjoy these fantastic traffic-free cycle routes perfect for the little ones.
Northern Ireland is home to many fantastic forest parks, each offering visitors something unique.
Sometimes it can be hard to entice the kids away from their tablets and out into the great outdoors. But with giants, insects, animals the famous Gruffalo making an appearance, we bet they will love getting out in the fresh air for some family fun
County Down‘s rolling hills, majestic mountains and island-dotted loughs were practically invented for relaxing weekends.
With play parks, picnic spots and endless places to play hide and seek, take the kids on that camping trip you’ve always promised. You’ll have everything to keep them entertained on your doorstep, and these forest and country parks are perfect for a budget
An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Mournes is home to Northern Ireland’s highest mountain peak, Slieve Donard, and is said to have inspired C.S. Lewis’s magical world of Narnia. Ideal for outdoor pursuits, from walking and cycling to more extreme
Sometimes it can be hard to entice the kids away from their tablets and out into the great outdoors, but with giants, insects, animals the famous Gruffalo making an appearance, we bet they will love getting out in the fresh air for some family fun along
From flying through the air on Ireland's longest zipline to mud-tastic mountain biking and extreme downhill zorbing, Northern Ireland is sure to satisfy the thrillseeking appetite of any teenager. Mum and dad will love joining in too, if they’re
Northern Ireland is now widely regarded as one of the most exciting mountain bike destinations in Europe, with over 140km of purpose-built trails. Grab your helmet and your fearless spirit; it’s time to tackle this epic list of thrilling mountain
Where’s the best playground for your kids? It’s a tough call, so here’s some help with 10 of the finest that can be found in Northern Ireland.